Psychological Test, The Adjustment Inventory. Adult Form

Psychological Test, The Adjustment Inventory. Adult Form

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Hugh McKee Bell (1902-1967) was born in Pennsylvania and obtained his M.A. from Stanford University in 1928. He spent his career at California State University at Chico, as professor of psychology and later dean. In 1934, Bell published the first version of a test of student adjustment known as the Adjustment Inventory (later the Bell Adjustment Inventory). It included a series of questions designed to measure home adjustment, health adjustment, social adjustment, and emotional adjustment. This is the adult form of the test, published in 1938.
Compare 1989.0710.23 and 1990.0034.065.
References:
Hugh M. Bell, The Theory and Practice of Personal Counseling, with Special Reference to the Adjustment Inventory, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1935, 1939.
Hugh M. Bell, The Adjustment Inventory, Student Form, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1934.
Hugh M. Bell, An Experimental Analysis of the Ability of University Students to Study, M.A. Dissertation, Stanford, 1928.
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Object Name
Psychological Test
date made
1938
maker
Bell, Hugh M.
Stanford University Press
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 21.5 cm x 28 cm; 8 15/32 in x 11 1/32 in
ID Number
1989.0710.23
accession number
1989.0710
catalog number
1989.0710.23
Credit Line
Gift of David Gold
subject
Mathematics
Psychological Tests
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National Museum of American History
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